Our camera-based pick and place solution for low cost robot arms employs a stereo depth camera system to locate objects in the workspace. It enables the reliable handling of a wide range of objects from unstructured positions without time-extensive programming and teaching.
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Recognises a large variety of different objects even in unstructured environments.
Employs a stereo depth camera system and avoids expensive feeding systems.
Monitors the gripping process to ensure an accurate and secure grip.
Allows an easy setup due to a tight integration of the camera, software and gripper.
|Payload||Depending on your robot model (e.g. for Igus Robolink-D: 300-2500g)|
|Gripper||Exchangeable suction cup|
|Flange||Available for various robot models|
|Depth Technology||Active IR Stereo (Global Shutter)|
|Depth Field of View (FOV)||85.2° x 58° x 94° (+/- 3°) (Horizontal × Vertical × Diagonal)|
|Depth Stream Output Resolution||Up to 1280 x 720|
|Depth Stream Output Frame Rate||Up to 90 fps|
|Minimum Depth Distance (Min-Z)||0.2m|
|RGB Sensor Resolution and Frame Rate||1920 x 1080 at 30 fps|
|RGB Sensor FOV||69.4° x 42.5° x 77° (+/- 3°) (Horizontal x Vertical x Diagonal)|
|Connectors||USB 3.0 Type - C|
|Object recognition||Based on object surface textures (other software modules available upon request)|
|Minimum object size||Depends on object characteristics and system environment. Get in contact for an evaluation of your use case.|
|Grasp control check||Camera-based control of grasp success|
|System requirements||Ubuntu Linux, Intel i5 2Ghz, 8GB RAM|
|Plug & Play||Ready-to-use USB stick|
* The feature list describes the current prototype and is only preliminary. Therefore, it can be easily adapted for your requirements.